“These crystals were discovered in a bed of sand and completely separate of each other. Unlike other crystals, Lemurian Seed Crystals are not found in clusters, which in geological terms this means that they are an anomaly of nature. There is no scientific explanation for this. The only place where these crystals are found are in the Diamantina region of Brazil, South America which is known for their tapered, long laser wand crystals. The difference with these crystals is both physical and mystical properties. Physically, Lemurian Seed crystals often display ladder-like grooves which cross the body of the crystal. They can also have very clear interiors. Many lemurian crystals also display a reddish pink tinge which is caused by a light coating of iron oxide.
A theory of their origin includes Lemurian Seed crystals are believed to hail from Lemuria, (also known by some as Mu), the ancient civilization said to have sunk in the Pacific Ocean thousands of years ago.”